DEPRESIJA STOP 6 MIX MKB10 F32-F33: (Formula composita ad Depressio ICD-10 F32-F33)

DEPRESIJA STOP 6 MIX MKB10 F32-F33: (Formula composita ad Depressio ICD-10 F32-F33)

DEPRESIJA STOP 6 MIX,  MEŠAVINA 6 MATIČNIH TINKTURA – hidroetanolni tečni ekstrakti svežih delova biljaka

DEPRESIJA STOP 6 MIX: (Formula composita ad Depressio ICD-10 F32-F33)

Kompozitna formula, preparat namenjen kao pomoć kod tegoba izazvanih depresijom.

DEPRESIJA STOP 6 MIX:

DEPRESIJA STOP 6 MIX,  MEŠAVINA 6 MATIČNIH TINKTURA – hidroetanolni tečni ekstrakti svežih delova biljaka

DEPRESIJA STOP 6 MIX: Formula composita ad Depressio (ICD-10 F32-F33)

Kompozitna formula, preparat namenjen kao pomoć kod tegoba izazvanih depresijom.

Hypericum perforatum (Clusiaceae), herba recentis. Ø; Melissa officinalis (Lamiaceae), herba recentis. Ø;
Achillea millefolium (Asteraceae), herba recentis Ø; Mentha longifolia, herba recentis Ø;
Crataegus monogyna (Rosaceae), fructus recentis. Ø; Ocimum basilicum, herba recentis Ø;

 

MKB-10: F32-F33 (ICD-10: F32-F33)

F32          Depresija – depresijsko duševno oboljenje, Depressio

F32.0       Blaga depresijska epizoda, Episodium depressivum, gradus levis

F32.1       Umerena depresijska epizoda, Episodium depressivum, gradus moderati

F32.2       Teška depresijska epizoda bez simptoma psihoze, Episodium depressivum non psychoticum, gradus majoris

F32.3       Teška depresijska epizoda sa simptomima psihoze, Episodium depressivum psychoticum, gradus majoris

F32.8       Druge depresijske episode, Episodia depressiva alia

F32.9       Depresijska epizoda, neoznačena, Episodium depressivum,non specificatum

F33          Povratan depresijski poremećaj, Depressio recurrens

F33.0       Blag povratan depresijski poremećaj, Depressio recidiva, gradus levis

F33.1       Umeren povratan depresijski poremećaj, Depressio recidiva gradus moderati

F33.2       Težak povratan depresijski poremećaj bez simptoma psihoze, Depressio recidiva non psychotica gradus majoris

F33.3       Težak povratan depresijski poremećaj sa simptomima psihoze, Depressio psychotica recidiva gradus majoris

F33.4       Povratan depresijski poremećaj, u remisiji, Depressio recidiva in remissione

F33.8       Drugi povratni depresijski poremećaj, Depressio recidiva alia

F33.9       Povratan depresijski poremećaj, neoznačen, Disordo depressivus recidivus,non specificatus

F20.4       Postshizofrena depresija, Depressio postschizophrenica

 

U skladu sa:

Eu. Ph. 8,  01.07.2015. monografijama: 1438 Hyperici herba; 1382 Millefolii herba; 1220 Crataegi fructus; 1447 Melissae folium;  Mentha longifolia, herba; Ocimum basilicum, herba

EMA/HMPC/, Committee on Herbal Medicinal Products (HMPC): Assessment report on Hypericum perforatum, herba; Achillea millefolium, herba; Crataegus monogyna, fructus; Melissa officinalis, herba; Mentha longifolia, herba; Ocimum basilicum, herba. 

EMA/HMPC/, Committee on Herbal Medicinal Products (HMPC): Community herbal monograph on Assessment report on Hypericum perforatum, herba; Achillea millefolium, herba; Crataegus monogyna, fructus; Melissa officinalis, herba; Mentha longifolia, herba; Ocimum basilicum, herba.

Fr. Ph. ANSM (Pharmacopée française: Hypericum perforatum; Achillea millefolium; Crataegus monogyna; Melissa officinalis; Mentha longifolia; Ocimum basilicum, ad praeparationes homoeopathicas.

 

Biljni preparat u tečnom obliku (nerazblaženi ili razblaženi) za oralnu upotrebu.

a) flos ( fresh flower),

b) fructus (fresh fruit),

c) herba (fresh whole flowering plant),

d) herba (before flowering, fresh whole plant).

 

Sastav:

mešavina matičnih tinktura:

a) tečni ekstrakt (DER 1:1), ekstrakcioni rastvarač etanol 51% (v/v),

b) tečni ekstrakt (DER 1:2), ekstrakcioni rastvarač etanol 65% (v/v),

 

u sledećem odnosu:

25 mL  Hypericum perforatum, herba recentis. Ø; 15 mL Melissa officinalis, herba recentis. Ø;
15 mL Achillea millefolium, herba recentis Ø; 15 mL Mentha longifolia, herba recentis Ø;
15 mL Crataegus monogyna, fructus recentis. Ø; 15 mL Ocimum basilicum, herba recentis Ø;

 

DEPRESIJA STOP 6 MIX, sadrži preko 1000 hemijskih jedinjenja koja ispoljavaju preko 1400 istraženih dejstava *(podaci ažurirani septembra 2016. -pogledati za svaku matičnu tinkturu posebno od gore navedenih preparata).

 

Sadržaj:

a) minimalno (za svaku matičnu tinkturu posebno od gore navedenih preparata),

b) u većoj koncentraciji sadrži (pogledati za svaku matičnu tinkturu posebno od gore navedenih preparata),

c) više od svih biljaka sadrži (pogledati za svaku matičnu tinkturu posebno od gore navedenih preparata).

 

Indikacije: Biljni preparati su namenjeni poboljšanju opšteg stanja organizma kroz razna naučno dokazana dejstva. Upotreba kod tegoba izazvanih depresijom.

Dr. Džems Djuk (Dr. James Duke) u Handbook of Medicinal Herbs, 2nd Ed. (2002). CRC Press, navodi sledeće:

 – ima jako dejstvo kod: tegoba izazvanih depresijom. 

– delotvoran kod: visokog krvnog pritiska, spazama, inflamacija, bakterijskih i virusnih infekcija, … 

– upotrebljava se kao: jak antibakterik, antioksidant, antiinflamatik, Cancer-preventiv, antivirotik, antimutagenik, antispazmodik, induktor spavanje, …

Hypericum perforatum (Clusiaceae) Activity: Pesticide, Antibacterial, Antioxidant, Antiinflammatory, Antiviral, Cancer-Preventive, Antimutagenic, Antispasmodic, FLavor, Fungicide, Perfumery, Antiseptic, Aldose-Reductase-Inhibitor, Antiulcer, Antitumor, Antifeedant, Antiradicular, Hepatoprotective, Insectifuge, Analgesic, Antiedemic, Allergenic, Sedative, Diuretic, Choleretic, Antiherpetic, Antileukemic, AntiHIV, Antihistaminic, Allelochemic, Apoptotic, ACE-Inhibitor, Herbicide, Antihepatotoxic, Lipoxygenase-Inhibitor, Hypoglycemic, Irritant, Candidicide, Antiproliferant, Cytotoxic,

Achillea millefolium (Asteraceae) Activity: Pesticide, Antibacterial, Antiinflammatory, Antioxidant, Insectifuge, Antispasmodic, Antiseptic, Cancer-Preventive, FLavor, Perfumery, Fungicide, Antiviral, Irritant, Analgesic, Antitumor, Allergenic, Sedative, Antimutagenic, Antiulcer, Aldose-Reductase-Inhibitor, Antiherpetic, Nematicide, Antifeedant, Hepatoprotective, Antiradicular, Hypocholesterolemic, Diuretic, Candidicide, Antiallergic, Vasodilator, Expectorant, Herbicide, Antihepatotoxic, Antidiabetic, Immunostimulant, Choleretic, Antiasthmatic, Antiacne, Insecticide, Antihistaminic,

Crataegus monogyna (Rosaceae) Activity: Antioxidant, Cancer-Preventive, Antiinflammatory, Pesticide, Antiviral, Antibacterial, Antihistaminic, Hepatoprotective, Aldose-Reductase-Inhibitor, AntiHIV, Antitumor, Antimutagenic, Diuretic, Hypotensive, Antiradicular, Vasodilator, Antiaggregant, Xanthine-Oxidase-Inhibitor, Antiperoxidant, Lipoxygenase-Inhibitor, Antiedemic, Antiallergic, Cytotoxic, ACE-Inhibitor, Antileukemic, Analgesic, Antihepatotoxic, Antitumor-Promoter, Antidermatitic, Antiulcer, Choleretic, COX-2-Inhibitor, Antiproliferant, Antispasmodic, Antiherpetic, Anticancer, Antidiabetic, Cyclooxygenase-Inhibitor, Apoptotic, Immunomodulator,

Melissa officinalis (Lamiaceae) Activity: Pesticide, Antibacterial, FLavor, Perfumery, Antiseptic, Fungicide, Antiinflammatory, Antioxidant, Cancer-Preventive, Sedative, Antiviral, Allergenic, Antispasmodic, Antitumor, Aldose-Reductase-Inhibitor, Insectifuge, Antimutagenic, Nematicide, Candidicide, Irritant, Chemopreventive, Antiradicular, Antifeedant, Antiedemic, Irritant, Insecticide, Trichomonicide, Anticariogenic,  Cytotoxic, Analgesic, Antistaphylococcic, Anticancer, Antileukemic, Antitumor (Colon), Antihepatotoxic, Antiperoxidant, Apoptotic, Calcium-Antagonist, Antiulcer, AntiHIV,

Mentha longifolia (Lamiaceae) Chemicals: 117; Activities: 345: FLavor, Perfumery, Antibacterial, Insectifuge, Antispasmodic, Antiinflammatory, Fungicide, Irritant, Antiseptic, Sedative, Antiacetylcholinesterase, Antioxidant, Allergenic, Nematicide, Herbicide, Insecticide, Antistaphylococcic, Antifeedant, Analgesic, Analgesic, Antiviral, Pesticide, Candidicide, Aldose-Reductase-Inhibitor, Expectorant, Acaricide, Trichomonicide, Antiulcer, Antiedemic, Myorelaxant, Anticariogenic, Antiacne, Antimutagenic, Antisalmonella, Antitumor, Transdermal, Antiallergic, Calcium-Antagonist, Antiasthmatic, Choleretic, Antihistaminic, Allelopathic, ACE-Inhibitor, Insectiphile, CNS-Stimulant, Antiradicular, Antiaggregant, Carminative, Antiherpetic, Antiproliferant, Anesthetic, Larvicide, CNS-Depressant, Spasmogenic, Antiflu, Antibronchitic, Antistreptococcic, Motor-Depressant, Allelochemic, Antipyretic,

Ocimum basilicum (Lamiaceae) Chemicals: 479;Activities: 819: Cancer-Preventive, Antibacterial, FLavor, Perfumery, Antiinflammatory, Antioxidant, Antispasmodic, Fungicide, Antiseptic, Sedative, Allergenic, Nematicide, Insectifuge, Irritant, Antitumor, Antiulcer, Analgesic, Antiviral, Antimutagenic, Aldose-Reductase-Inhibitor, Insecticide, Antifeedant, Candidicide, Antihistaminic, Hepatoprotective, Hypocholesterolemic, Antistaphylococcic, Antiallergic, Diuretic, Pesticide, Antiaggregant, Myorelaxant, Hypotensive, Antiradicular, Antiarthritic, Choleretic, Cytotoxic, Trichomonicide, Herbicide, Expectorant, Anesthetic, Anticancer, Calcium-Antagonist, Vasodilator, Apoptotic, Lipoxygenase-Inhibitor, Anticariogenic, Antiherpetic, Antiedemic, Antiproliferant, Antidiabetic, Estrogenic, Carcinogenic, Antiacetylcholinesterase, Antiacne, Antileukemic, Antihypertensive, Carminative, Immunomodulator, COX-2-Inhibitor, …

 

Doziranje i način primene:

do 2 mL (80 kapi) podeljeno u 2 do 4 doze.

Biljni preparat DEPRESIJA STOP 6 MIX:

pojedinačna doza: 0,5-1 mL, preporučena dnevna doza (PDD): 2 mL.

Oralna primena (15-30 minuta pre obroka).

 

Napraviti pauzu posle 8 nedelje neprekidne upotrebe preparata.

Po preporukama, preparat postiže najbolje efekte pri upotrebi od 12 do 14 nedelja, duža upotreba je bezbedna uz pauze.

 

Kontraindikacije: preosetljivost na aktivne supstance, preosetljivost na biljke porodice *(pogledati za svaku matičnu tinkturu posebno od gore navedenih preparata).

Ne preporučuje se pacijentima koji su stariji od 50 godina, kao ni onima koji imaju postojeću dijagnozu manično-depresivnog poremećaja, jer može uvesti u stanje manije i ređe u psihozu. U slučaju da pacijent već uzima neki od antidepresiva na bazi SSRI, preparati koji sadrže kantarion se ne preporučuju, kako bi se  izbeglo  izazivanje serotoninskog sindroma, koji obično započinje osećajem povećanog zamaranja i pospanosti, nakog čega usleđuju diareja (učestalije stolice), konfuznost, znojenje sa drhtavicom, povećanje krvnog pritiska, ponekad i povišenje temperature, izražena napetost i nevoljni mišićni trzaji. Zbog toga je veoma važno da pacijenti ne koriste prepisane lekove zajedno sa herbalnim preparatima. Sa druge strane, lekari uvek treba da pitaju pacijente da li upražnjavaju neki od alternatvnih metoda lečenja.

Čuvanje: na tamnom, suvom i hladnom mestu do 20˚C, van domašaja dece i izlaganja EM zračenju,  u dobro zatvorenoj originalnoj ambalaži.

 Rok upotrebe: 5 godina, posle prvog otvaranja 6 meseci. Uz propisane uslove čuvanja, rok trajanja je neograničen. 

Pakovanje: 50 mL i 100 mL, standardne farmaceutske braon bočice, 250 mL, 500 mL, 1 L i 5 L na zahtev.

Nutritivne informacije:

 

DEPRESIJA STOP 6 MIX:
energetska vrednost u 100 mL: 1504 kJ/ 360 kcal,
u preporučenoj dnevnoj dozi (PDD) 2 mL: 30kJ/ 7,17 kcal,
suve materije (DR) više od 1,9% (Fr. Ph.), 1,4% RD 0,935 – 0,955 (HAB2010).

Bez konzervanasa, proteina, masti i ugljenih hidrata.

DEPRESIJA STOP 6 MIX je rukom rađen proizvod. 

Navedene matične tinkture ulaze u sastav preparata RESPIRO 30, za kog je obavljena analiza na teške metale, pesticide i na mikrobiološku ispravnost broj 4603120601 od 29.03.2016. godine izvršila ANAHEM LABORATORIJA BEOGRAD.

CENOVNIK

DEPRESIJA STOP 6 MIX, MEŠAVINA MATIČNIH TINKTURA,

50 mL – 750,00 RSD (6,5 e);  100 mL – 1500,00 RSD (13 e).

 

Podaci ažurirani decembra 2019.

http://www.biljni-preparati.com/preparati/antidepresija-6-mix-mkb10-f32-f33-formula-composita-ad-depressio-icd-10-f32-f33/

herbs for depression

Symptoms of depression
Depression is a serious mood disorder with symptoms that range from mild to debilitating and potentially life-threatening. Some people look to manage depression with herbal remedies, rather than with medication a doctor prescribes.
The most recent data from the National Institute of Mental Health suggest that in the United States, 6.7 percent of people experienced a major depressive episode in 2016.
Medications and counseling are conventional ways to alleviate the symptoms of depression. However, some herbs and supplements may also help.
In this article, we look at the common herbs with links to the treatment of depression and discuss their safety and effectiveness.

Herbs
Some herbs, essential oils, and supplements have shown promising effects for people with depression.
The use of complementary therapies continues to gain popularity, as people look for more natural methods of managing their health.
However, herbal does not always mean safe or effective, and knowing which products to choose can save a lot of time and money.
In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) do not monitor herbs in the same way as food and drugs. As a result, manufacturers are not always 100 percent clear about the quality or purity of their product.
Research suggests promise for some supplements in treating mild-to-moderate depression. These are some of the supplements that people most widely use:

1. St. John’s wort
St. John’s wort is also known as Hypericum perforatum. This plant has been a common herbal mental health treatment for hundreds of years. However, people must use caution if they chose to try it as a potential treatment for depression.

A 2016 systematic review found that St. John’s wort was more effective than a placebo for treating mild to moderate depression and worked almost as well as antidepressant medications.
However, this review of eligible studies did not find research on the long-term effects of St. John’s wort on severe depression.
The authors also advised caution against accepting the results wholesale, as the herb has adverse effects that many of the studies did not consider.
St John’s wort can also interfere with the effects of antidepressant medication, meaning that it may make symptoms worse or reduce the effectiveness of conventional treatment.
While St. John’s wort might help some people, it does not show consistently beneficial effects.
For these reasons, people should not use St. John’s wort instead of conventional treatment. Neither should they try St. John’s wort to treat moderate to severe depression.

2. Ginseng
This supplement comes from the gnarled root of the American or Asian ginseng plant. Siberian, Asian, and Eleuthero ginseng are different plants with different active ingredients.
Practitioners of Chinese medicine have used ginseng for thousands of years to help people improve mental clarity and energy and reduce the effects of stress.
Some people associate these properties of ginseng with potential solutions for the low energy and motivation that can occur with depression.
However, the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) advise that none of the many studies that people have conducted on ginseng have been of sufficient quality to form health recommendations.

3. Chamomile
A study in 2012 reviewed data about chamomile, which comes from the Matricaria recutita plant, and its role in helping to manage depression and anxiety.
The results show that chamomile produced more significant relief from depressive symptoms than a placebo. However, further studies are necessary to confirm the health benefits of chamomile in treating depressive symptoms.

4. Lavender
Lavender oil is a popular essential oil. People typically use lavender oil for relaxation and reducing anxiety and mood disturbances.
A 2013 review of various studies suggested that lavender might have significant potential in reducing anxiety and improving sleep.
Lavender has mixed results in studies that assess its impact on anxiety. However, its effectiveness as a treatment for ongoing depression has little high-quality evidence in support at the current time.

5. Saffron
Some studies cite using saffron as a safe and effective measure for controlling the symptoms of depression, such as this non-systematic review from 2018.
However, more research would help confirm the possible benefits of saffron for people with depression. Scientists also need to understand any possible adverse effects better.

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1. St. John’s wort
St. John’s wort is a plant that’s native to Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa. Europeans commonly take St. John’s wort as a way to treat depression, but the FDA hasn’t approved the herb to treat this condition.
Taking St. John’s wort has been linked with increasing the amount of serotonin in the body. Serotonin is a feel-good chemical in the brain that people with depression are often low in. Several antidepressants work by increasing the amount of serotonin in the brain.
According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH)Trusted Source, St. John’s wort may help milder forms of depression, although its effects haven’t been conclusively proven either way. A 2008 review of 29 studies on St. John’s wort found that the plant was just as effective for treating mild to moderate depression as antidepressants, yet resulted in fewer side effects. On the other hand, the NIH’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative HealthTrusted Source sponsored two separate studies that found it wasn’t better than a placebo for treating depression.
It’s important to note that St. John’s wort is known for interacting with lots of medications. This is especially true for blood thinners, birth control pills, and chemotherapy medications. Always check with your doctor before taking this herb.

2. Zinc
Zinc is a nutrient linked with mental functions such as learning and behavior. Low levels of blood zinc are associated with depression, according to an analysis in Biological Psychiatry.
According to Nutrition Neuroscience Trusted Source, taking a 25-milligram zinc supplement daily for 12 weeks can help reduce depression symptoms. Taking zinc supplements can also increase the amount of available omega-3 fatty acids in the body.

Herbs not yet proven to ease depression
Health food stores may market herbs and supplements as being able to treat depression. These include the following herbs:

Crataegus oxyacantha, monogyna (hawthorn)
Eschscholzia californica (California poppy)
Ginkgo biloba
Lavandula angustifolia (lavender)
Matricaria recutita (chamomile)
Melissa officinalis (lemon balm)
Passiflora incarnate (maypop, or purple passionflower)
Piper methysticum (kava)
Valeriana officinalis (valerian)
If you do choose to use these or other herbs, always check with your doctor first to make sure they won’t interact with any medication you might be taking.
Also note that herbs and supplements are not monitored by the FDA, so there may be concerns about purity or quality. Always buy from a reputable source.

Nacionalni vodiĉ dobre prakse za leĉenje depresije

Herbal Medicine for Anxiety, Depression and Insomnia

Natural remedies for depression: Are they effective?

Herbal remedies in depression–state of the art

Recent decades have seen development of research and an increased interest in the psychopharmacology of natural remedies. More than 20 herbal remedies have been identified that may potentially be applied in medicine as antidepressive, anxiety relieving or sleep-inducing agents. Patients often prefer to take herbal remedies and often take them on their own, without consulting a physician. The aim of the study is to present the state of the art concerning the use of natural remedies in the treatment of depression. Following a literature review, 7 herbal remedies for which preclinical and clinical trials suggest their antidepressive influence have been identified: hypericum, lavender, borage, roseroot, chamomile, saffron and ginseng. For two of these, i.e. hypericum and saffron extracts, antidepressive effect in subjects with mild or moderate depression has been confirmed in controlled randomized clinical trials.












Pakovanje mL/ g:
 10 20 30 50 100 250 500 1000

Količina:
1 2 3 više 

 

 

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